Support » Plugin: TinyMCE Advanced » [Plugin: TinyMCE Advanced] Issues with Chrome and Tables

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  • This one gets me all the time 🙂

    In fact, I just fixed it on my own project a few minutes ago!

    Some WP themes have a line in them that prevents images from overflowing, but it messes images up when they’re placed in fluid structures like tables.

    Check out line 2 of

    max-width: 100%;


    heh. Or maybe just comment it out for now, in case it screws anything else up on your site. I did a quick flip through, you should be ok by just removing it.

    Do you have any developer tools like Firebug or Chrome dev tools? If so, right-click on the image and inspect – you’ll see the style show up in your inspector pane and can disable it real-time.


    Sorry, I should be more specific when dealing with compressed CSS!

    #content img, #content p img {
    max-width: 100%;
    height: auto;

    That’s the chunk you’re looking for.

    Plugin Author Andrew Ozz


    WordPress Dev

    @eric that bit of css is good for most images, especially if the image is wider than the container. To disable it in tables something like this should work:

    #content table td img {
    max-width: auto;

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